Wednesday, December 30, 2009
We're music lovers, you and I.
It is what we do; share music and try to turn others onto the music we enjoy.
There is a song that has absolutley "smitten" my ear of late - and I'd like to share it with you...
Over the past year or so I've formed an online friendship with Mister Ally Lee - who hosts the 'Roots, Rock, Riot Show' at www.lionheartradio.com. Ally's program runs 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. CST. Lee's in-depth knowledge of music adds to a rather "wide" radio playlist - keeping the listener on their toes and ever open to this sound or that. It is the way innovative radio should be...unpredictable and fresh.
Ally also operates a recording studio in his hometown of Alnwick, Northumberland; on the north east coast of England. I was able to visit him this October and be on his show along with other 'Roots, Rock, Riot Show' luminaries including; Paul Shucksmith, Oil Slick Mick, Dave from Shipley and my very dear friend, David Wilson.
Anyway, recently Ally emailed me a track he has just finished, "She Moves Like Water" by a local band, 'The Poor Boys.' It is fantastic and a song I think deserves to be heard and shared. If you think of Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band (circa 1978) and you put JC Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival) in front of THAT band...well you're getting pretty close.
I suppose it is no coincidence that one of JC Fogerty's songs, "Down on the Corner" refers to a street corner band, 'Willie and the Poor Boys.' (It is also of interest that former Rollin' Stones bass player Bill Wyman's post-Stones band is 'Willie and the Poor Boys.'
You can stream or download this song at www.kiwrblues.podomatic.com. If you like this song, or these archival recordings of the 'Pacific Street Blues and Americana' radio program, please share the link with your friends. If you enjoy "She Moves Like Water" as much as I do, please download the song and send it to your friends...it can be a real Cinderella story in the making if you let it.
Thanks and Season's Greetings across the globe.
Recepient: 'Keep the Blues Alive Award' public radio, '09.